DoubleTree by Hilton Chicago - Arlington Heights
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... are quite large and very good at hearing even small sounds. This rain was no small sound!
We decided to drive into Chicago for dinner and find some place to have a true Chicago dinner. It was beautiful driving around the city ... which we did a lot of because Mom kept looking at buildings and missing the turns from the GPS for parking.
We had an awesome dinner at a great Tavern near Lake Michigan. While we waited on our pizza we played ...
... formal flower beds and even hanging baskets line the freeway! He tells us that even in winter it looks beautiful as plantings are replaced with lights.
Jon had packed his passport, deemed and experienced as not necessary on domestic flights, but had his Austn. drivers licence with photoI D on hand- we had checked through an automated machine with no line at all which put us in a special category, all well till it comes to Mr No Passport where very nicely he is ...
... anyway of course, being an international flight. We were up and touring, via foot this time (buses didn't happen until 9am anyway) and fast walking down to Grant Park. We both wanted to see this magnificent fountain we'd seen in photos, prints, on postcards and glimpsed briefly from the bus other other day. On the way we passed my favourite sculpture again, and much to my delight there was virtually no one crowding around it. From certain angles it looked as if I was the only ...
... than I've previously gone. It is not however the tallest building in the city, but it is better located for all round views, most specifically of Michigan Lake. Michigan Lake doesn't look like a lake at all. It is buge. Really buge. It looks like the sea or an ocean. Even up here there is no sign of any edge other than the Chicago side. And that is sand and beach. This is the kind of thing that used to confuse me as a kid watching ...
We did the tourist thing today doing visits to two famous Chicago museums: The Field Museum and Shedd Aquarium. For dinner we went to the Navy Pier and made an evening of it by also having fun going through a Maze. The travel by bus allowed us to see the city like a local. It was cloudy and cold all day, but Chicago keeps their building toasty and warm inside. ...